Mcottey Holdings Poised To Become Global Brand

McOttley Holdings Limited says it is poised to become a global brand on the back of quality and efficient service delivery in the next five years.

Speakig at the one year anniversary celebration in Accra, Kwesi Livingstone, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) said the company plans to benchmark its processes and systems against global players and be seen in the next few years as a giant coming from Africa.

“We want to benchmark against the global players. We cannot match them shoulder to shoulder now, but we want to set the systems and mind-set in place so that we can build on those to get to that level,” he said.

McOttley Holdings Limited was incorporated as a limited liability company over a year ago and authorised to provide financial and managerial services to its subsidiaries operating in the areas of investment banking, real-estate development, and provision of loans to small and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs).

Mr. Livingstone said contrary to opinions, the current harsh economic conditions provided opportunity for investments and it is the right time to start a business.

“This is the time to put your business ideas into practice and be able to identify what satisfies customers, develop solutions and that’s what will make you stand out,” he said.

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Mr. Livingstone said during times of crisis businesses look out for companies that could meet the needs of clients and deliver optimum value and customer satisfaction.

On the achievements of McOttley over the period, he noted that the company had significantly grown its asset base and experienced strong growth in its turn-over, within its one year of operation.

“Being able to create a brand that is strong and a dominant player in the financial market is a big achievement.”

The company has also acquired a number of international certifications; such as the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (C.I.M.A) certification within its first year of operation.

He said this certification, which gives the company a global recognition falls in line with  the company’s vision of being a major player at the global level.

“We want to be a strong global brand, an example of a giant from Africa”, he noted.

McOttley is among the only seven companies in Ghana to have a C.I.M.A certification.

Dr. Ken Quarcoo,  Board Chairman of the company said the company was determined to stay its course.

This, he said, would be achieved by staying to the core values of the  company.

Mr. Adu Anane Antwi, Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission, said the Commission would introduce a new corporate governance code to deepen awareness of corporate governance practices.

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